MedicAlert also has an online PHR and now you can enjoy integrating with HealthVault, perhaps to share information if needed. BD
In addition to the announcement with MedicAlert, HealthVault also is offering a monthly news letter for subscription.
“The Microsoft HealthVault team is pleased to introduce the first issue of HealthVault News for You. Each month we'll feature applications that can help you take charge of your health, highlight health tools and tips, and help you get the most out of your HealthVault experience.”
MedicAlert Emergency Medical Information Record (EMIR) is integrated with HealthVault and helps you to easily create, update, and manage your vital medical information such as allergies, medications (including dosages), medical conditions, immunizations, surgeries and procedures, medical devices, for yourself and your family. You can access yours or your loved one’s information anytime and keep it up to date by securely logging into your account. You can also print your Emergency Health Summary and your Emergency Health Wallet Card.
Remember, the MedicAlert Emergency Medical Information Record is Free
You can always upgrade to a paid subscription anytime and receive these additional lifesaving benefits
Live 24-hour emergency response and family notification service by MedicAlert Foundation Emergency Response Team with support in 140 languages ~ immediately and dependably relays vital medical information to emergency responders
Live 24-hour family notification service informs designated family members or caregivers when MedicAlert receives details about a member emergency
Personalized Identification bracelet or necklace for purchase with free engraving from a wide selection to suit your style
Personalized wallet card imprinted with your vital medical information, emergency contact, and the 24-hour MedicAlert emergency response service hotline.
Wow, is this overdue! May I suggest that EVERYONE should create their very own Medic Alert USB flash drive? The smallest ones on the market today hold 512 megabytes of data, which would equal about 2000 Medic Alert bracelets. You don't even need a computer. just buy one and take it to your library!
Search using my screen name, brianwhite72 , for other posts telling how to do this.